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#363 - painkillinfeg
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(05/12/2013) [-]
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#318 - shredheadxd
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I'm not sure how many people have read the qu'ran from beginning to end, but I have (I am muslim) and I never got the impression that it stated anywhere that evolution is impossible.

I believe whole-heartedly that evolution is true, and a lot of my (very religious) family believe it too.

Also, that flying-horse stuff is not from the qu'ran. It's from something called "hadith" which can be easily falsified - and I'm assuming that this one is.
#304 - anon
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Do a little research for yourself. Don't believe everything you see in the internet. Read about Islam. Read the Quran if you want to be close to 100 % sure about Islam. Then you'll see what Islam is about. Don't trust propaganda that's against or for Islam. Do your own research. And just because some Muslims behave bad, then it doesn't mean that all Muslims are bad or that Islam is bad just because some Muslims are bad. And this doesn't only count for Islam, Christianity etc.. It counts for everything. Don't judge something/someone before you know the truth about it/them.
#305 to #304 - anon
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Btw. There are different groups of Muslims (Sunni, Shia etc.) as there are different groups of Christians (Catholics, Protestants etc.). So there may be some differences between the groups and therefore there may be some Muslims who might be for suicide bombs. But the majority of Muslims are Sunni (75% to 90% of all Muslims), and they are against suicide bombs and terrorism. So if you do a research, be sure to know which group of Muslims say this and that.
#338 to #305 - thekame
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I'm just here to say that shias are also against suicide bombs and terrorism, because this was written in a way that implied other wise, not necessarily done on purpose but w/e.
#341 to #338 - anon
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As you say it wasn't on purpose, because I didn't want to imply that Shia are for suicide bombs and Sunni against. I just wrote the things I knew about (I don't know much about Shia or other groups of Muslims. I barely know something about Sunni.) What I said was: "it might be that some groups are for suicide bombs" (not saying that all other groups than Sunni are for suicide bombs, just saying that there might be a group or two, because I don't know all the groups of Muslims and therefore there's a chance, that there's someone for suicide bombs. And again, not implying that any specific group is for suicide bombs...)
#325 to #305 - Crusader
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There may be different groups, but they are by no means as different as Protestants and Catholics and Orthodox Christians.
#331 to #325 - anon
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Believe me when I say, that they can be at least as different as Protestants and Catholics. Just because you may not have heard of them, it doesn't mean that they don't exist? And I know that they exist. An example: Just look at Sunni vs. Shia vs. Wahabi. There are at least hundreds of different groups of Muslims.
#294 - anon
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(03/13/2013) [-]
don't forget he also took his fiancee Miss Piggy along
#259 - xxKingKhanxx
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Islam is the only one of the three major religions that believes that the Earth wasn't created in 7 days. Having read the Qu'ran, there is no place that is disproved by evolution. It's fine if you want to make fun of a religion, just do it right.

TL;DR: You can believe in evolution and Islam without any repercussions.
#228 - swifterly
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(03/13/2013) [-]
I am disappoint thtat there is not a fight going on between a Muslims and an Atheist. I made this popcorn for no reason...
#233 to #228 - dilara
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Meh, as a muslim myself I try to ignore these posts/content since they try to make muslims mad. I'm usually laughing because this fails horribly.
#212 - Cambro
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What people never understand about other religions and their religious documents/ scriptures is that mocking or trying to prove its crazy by the stories and events of the scriptures will never work. As long as their God is possible who is all-powerful, EVERYTHING in the scriptures can be explained by him. Unless you can disprove a religion's God, you can never undercut the religion by showing the unorthodox stories inside of it. Making comparisons like this one just make you look like an asshole.
#195 - murrlogic
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(03/13/2013) [-]
Still a funnier story than Poison Apples and Talking Snakes.
#174 - pensivepangolin
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#170 - anon
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Islam doesn't disbelieve in evolution. In fact, in Islam the Big bang happened and evolution happened.

Also, it doesn't say magical horse. It says winged creature.

tldr; Xsap, read into what you say before you say it. Faggot.

I'm an atheist and I think that people like you are like the fags who say **** like "massacre those who insult islam".
#173 to #170 - anonomoz
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where it says winged creature?
#175 to #170 - craazhy
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You made decent points, but I'm looking right here where you said "it doesn't say magical horse. It says winged creature" and I'm squinting.

I'm squinting, sir or ma'am.
#180 to #175 - anon
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In Islam, they believed a winged creature came to Muhammad.
#184 to #180 - craazhy
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Yeah, I understand that, but it doesn't disarm the counter argument at all. It's like you said "that's not a cup, it's a mug."
#186 to #184 - anon
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Yeah, they may have some crazy beliefs, but who are we to say anything? In fact, what does it achieve, if we convert one person from theism to atheism. We don't win coins or anything, in the same way that they don't win anything.

Thus, I don't go about spouting my beliefs, and everyone I know doesn't spout their beliefs onto me.
#269 to #186 - dummerbaztard
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So if it's about muslims we have to respect their believes, but if the post is bashing on christians its ok to criticise everything about them?
#349 to #269 - anon
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I believe this about every religion.
#192 to #186 - anon
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As a muslim, I agree. I won't challenge your beliefs if you don't challenge mine.

#187 to #186 - craazhy
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Definitely. To each, his own.
#189 to #187 - anon
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If everyone shut the **** up about religion, the world would be a better place.
#169 - macthemann
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(03/13/2013) [-]
Favorite just to come back and look at comments
#135 - anon
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(03/13/2013) [-]
Enjoy your spectacular death, OP
#128 - whiteowl
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(03/13/2013) [-]
Watch the show, you will understand everything
#120 - anon
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(03/13/2013) [-]
post mocking islam - no *********
post mocking Christianity - *********
#107 - moseth
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#58 - churrundo ONLINE
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I'm an agnostic/atheist (I don't know what the difference is, enlighten me), but I want to take you guys on a Mayeutic exercise to hopefully change the way you think about god (if it is the way I see most of you think about it).

On a scale of 1 to 10, how certain are you that god (of any religion) does not exist?
#62 to #58 - Bobshaneal
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Agnostic = you don't know whether or not there is something to believe
Atheist = Science is the only truth and religion as we know it is false
#63 to #62 - churrundo ONLINE
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ok, with that in mind, how certain are you that god does not exist?
#65 to #63 - Bobshaneal
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Also why would you assume I don't believe god exists? I gave you no reason to assume that
#69 to #65 - churrundo ONLINE
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I'm not assuming, you could have answered 0, saying that you truly believe god exists.
#64 to #63 - Bobshaneal
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Well I am not certain that some kind of sentient creator being doesn't exist. However I am certain that if a said being DID exist, it does not control our every move, watch over our every move and or judge our lives based on our actions.
#68 to #64 - churrundo ONLINE
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Exactly. You have as much proof that he exists than that he doesn't. If you said you are certain that he doesn't exist, you would be as much of a hypocrite as a creationist. But you are not. I salute you.
Exactly. You have as much proof that he exists than that he doesn't. If you said you are certain that he doesn't exist, you would be as much of a hypocrite as a creationist. But you are not. I salute you.
#66 to #58 - fingapopyabuttho
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I am ___ but I'm not sure what it is, what a ******* genius.
#70 to #66 - churrundo ONLINE
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I didn't know the difference. I knew I was one or the other, not which one.
#355 to #70 - fingapopyabuttho
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(03/14/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure that comment sounded more dumbass than the first.
#71 to #58 - wallacewells
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In regards to Bobshaneal, I prefer thinking that the two terms are not mutually exclusive. You can be both. Also, Atheist isn't the assertion that God doesn't exist, but rather that you reject the assertions that he does based on a lack of evidence.
#73 to #71 - churrundo ONLINE
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But is an Atheist open to real evidence of his existence? (implying there is)
#111 to #73 - RandomAnonGuy
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Depends on the atheist. Usually, yes.
#79 to #73 - iamkagji
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if empirical proof that a deity created the universe/earth came to light, any reasonable atheist would believe it. my problem with religion, for the most part, lies within the practitioners, not the beliefs themselves.
#81 to #79 - churrundo ONLINE
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Of course, I mean, beliefs are supposed to be for good. If you take a theology class you can analize the anthropologic influence on and of those beliefs. It's pretty interesting.
#83 to #81 - iamkagji
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was planning on it if I survive the Marin Corps. I want to be an anthropologist or particle physicist.
#84 to #83 - churrundo ONLINE
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Godspeed
#75 to #73 - wallacewells
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Some of the more militant Atheists may not be, because they are so sure of their own beliefs, but if evidence was given for his existence then I would have to accept it. The universe doesn't operate on my mind's terms.

Also, if God does exist, I'm not a fan, so either way it wouldn't change my life very much to know he existed. And that's implying that an all-powerful being would ever even put evidence into existence, which would be rather silly.
#77 to #75 - churrundo ONLINE
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Well, doesn't the term Atheism mean pretty much "no god"? it doesn't open for the possibility of being wrong... so, I don't think it's very reasonable to be an atheist (in the ethymological definition that I am almost certain is correct). It makes more sense from a scientific mind (in my opinion) to consider oneself what Bobshaneal says an agnostic is. You don't know, have no current way to know, therefore don't worry about it...

also, thanks for keeping this thread a reasonable exchange of ideas, without turning it into a flame war.
#112 to #77 - RandomAnonGuy
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Some say that the root word for atheism is "atheos", which does literally mean no god. Others say that atheism is a literal counterpart to theism, and just means "not a theist", or "worships no god". Both have legitimate roots.
#91 to #77 - wallacewells
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Well, the only reason Atheism exists is because Theism exists. Without Theism, it would just be. The prefix A- simply means not, so it means not a theist. Not a believer in God. Again, you can be both, or you can be either one alone.
#82 to #58 - PartyPanda
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Very certain.
I mean, how else does my strainer get filled every Wednesday night, and on Pasta-over?
#110 to #58 - RandomAnonGuy
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In reference to your please enlighten me, it depends on who you ask. If you asked me, I'd tell you that "agnostic" isn't a position, it's a modifier. You say you are a theist/atheist to profess belief/non belief in a deity, you say you are agnostic about that position to clarify what you mean.
In other words, a gnostic theist is someone who is absolutely certain that a god exists, an agnostic atheist is someone who is uncertain but believes a god does not exist.
However, a lot of people would say that atheism is outright rejecting/hating god, and that agnosticism is not believing but not being an ass about it, or something. I don't understand that side as well as I do my own.
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#7 - Xiiko
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***** it was a rope! god was like "hey get yo ass up here u lil *****"   
   
are you sure you've read the coran?
***** it was a rope! god was like "hey get yo ass up here u lil *****"

are you sure you've read the coran?
#57 to #7 - churrundo ONLINE
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"u little sand *****"*